Microservices: One size does not fit all

Microservices: One size does not fit all

If you pay any attention to software technology trends at all, there is no way you can have missed the “microservices” architecture approach, which seems to be the cure to every problem anyone ever had. But (Micro-)services, bounded contexts, components, modules, classes, structs and records, procedures and functions – whatever structuring mechanism we’re talking about, a recurring challenge is to find the right size for things. In this session, we will look at opposing forces from both technical and organizational perspectives, and come up with strategies for finding a good balance between the number of things (in this case, microservices) and their size.

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Stefan Tilkov

October 14, 2016
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